Freshman Kentre Grier threw four touchdown passes and ran for another as South Charleston defeated Lincoln County 62-14 in high school football Friday night at Oakes Field.
Grier, who completed 12 of 14 passes for 215 yards with no interceptions, threw two scoring passes to Kevin Forrest and one each to Marquel Hampton and Qua Davis. Grier opened the scoring with a 7-yard run.
Trevond Reese caught three passes for 77 yards, and Forrest added two catches for 40 yards. The Black Eagles (4-3) also picked up 174 rushing yards on 17 carries.
For Lincoln County (0-6), Grant Bates completed 12 of 32 passes for 147 yards and a touchdown.
With the Dots (2-5) leading 16-14 at halftime, Joe Collins scored on a 9-yard run to give Webster County (4-3) the lead. Caleb Hardway then scored on a 16-yard run, and Collins broke loose for a 58-yard TD, boosting the lead to 34-16.
Poca's Jacob Payne, who scored the Dots' first two TDs on short runs, completed the scoring with a 10-yard pass to Andrew Gibson with 44 seconds left.
Payne completed 15 of 28 passes for 201 yards with one interception and one touchdown. The Dots' T.T. Loudin rushed 21 times for 81 yards.
Webster's Collins picked up 78 yards on seven carries.
The Tigers' Tahj Sho-Johnson scored a pair of first-quarter touchdowns, and Jay Palmer found Zen Clements through the air for a 44-yard score to give Princeton a 21-0 lead by the end of the period.
That lead grew to 31-0 by halftime on a 42-yard fumble return by Princeton's Justice Shafer and a 23-yard Austin Smith field goal.
The Red Dragons got on the board in the third quarter when quarterback Noah Reed hit Kyle Boles for a 63-yard touchdown.
Reed threw another TD pass in the fourth quarter, hooking up with Terrel Lovejoy for a 43-yarder to cut the Princeton lead to 38-14, but the Tigers' Lamont Lee ended any hopes of a St. Albans comeback by returning the ensuring kickoff 85 yards for a TD.
Gaydosz carried 18 times and scored in every quarter for the Knights. Lowell Farley rushed for 113 yards and went over the 1,000-yard mark on the season with a 70-yard touchdown run in the second quarter for Cabell Midland (7-0).
Each of Cabell Midland's first three scoring drives came after Winfield fumbles with Gaydosz carrying the ball into the end zone on each to give the Knights a 21-0 lead after one quarter.